What is panache?

  • (noun): Distinctive and stylish elegance.
    Synonyms: dash, elan, flair, style
    See also — Additional definitions below


Panache is a French word origin that carries the connotation of a flamboyant manner and reckless courage.

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Lake Panache
... Lake Panache is a lake in the Canadian province of Ontario ... The lake was originally named Panache (in the sense of style or flair) for its resemblance to a moose antler ... More recently, official usage has reverted to the original Panache spelling, although Penage is still sometimes seen in everyday usage ...
Panache - Current Use
... In Canada, the word panache also means antlers such as those of a moose or deer ... Panache is a popular Indian technology blog visited by thousands of young technology enthusiasts ... Visit Panache Blog Panache.in ...
Fashion (film) - Plot
... Meghna is noticed by a top official Anisha Roy (Kitu Gidwani) of a major modeling agency Panache who brings her to her boss, Abhijit Sarin’s (Arbaaz Khan ... Panache’s face is Shonali but though very successful, her drug abuse starts becoming a problem for her and subsequently for Panache ... contract and ropes in Meghna as Panache's new face ...
Karen O'Connor - Achievements
... Slam 2001 Foxhall Cup CCI*** 1st Prince Panache 2000 Team Bronze Olympic Games, Sydney, Australia Prince Panache Rolex Kentucky CCI**** 3rd Prince Panache 1999 Rolex Kentucky CCI**** 1st Prince Panache 2nd ... Equestrian Games, The Hague, Netherlands 11th individual Burghley CCI**** 5th Prince Panache 1993 Punchestown CCI***, Ireland 1st Shannon 3rd Enniskerry 1991 Rolex Kentucky CCI*** 1st Mr ...
Dumb Blondes - Breakup
... left The Dumb Blondes to record and tour Japan with Panache before forming Ya Ya with Panache band mate and bassist Terry Stevens along with Lea Hart and Ray Callcut and then ... Jeff also joined and toured with Panache in Japan ...

More definitions of "panache":

  • (noun): A feathered plume on a helmet.

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